This year at Wellstead, we will be continuing with our house system that was introduced in 2016 to celebrate children following the Wellstead Way.
Every child across the school has been placed into one of five houses. Each house will have a number of children from every year group.
The houses have been named after prominent people from the local area and each has been allocated a team colour.
The children will meet regularly as a house and these will be led by the recently appointed Year 6 House Captains and Vice Captains.
This year's 2020-2021 House Captains and Vice Captains are as follows:
Eliza Pomeroy was the Headmistress in 1875 at the opening of
the National School.
|Hibberd||Yellow||Arthur Hibberd (1894) belonged to the first Parish Council.|
John Mescott was one of the first farmers in Hedge End in
the 17th century.
Captain Neil Hansen was the Salvation Army’s first Officer
in Hedge End in the 1880s.
Henry Barfoot was an early resident of Hedge End and a long
established Hedge End family name.
Children will earn a house point for displaying one of the five core personal values – being kind, helpful, thoughtful, polite and sensible. The house points will be totalled each Thursday and the scores will be announced in Celebration Assembly each Friday.
There will be rewards for the house with the most house points at the end of each term and ultimately a bigger reward at the end of the year.
We are planning many different events over the year, including Sports Day, when the houses can meet together and undertake team challenges and activities so watch this space!